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who owns a trike?

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Hmmmmm,,,,,,,Ive been Busy,,,,didnt see this thread until now.....

Why I own and Ride a Trike huh????

Grew up Riding Trikes....There weren't Quads yet:laugh:

I can Buy a Trike Cheaper than ANY New or Used Quad and still make it go anywhere a Quad can go(So Far...LOL)

I dont need the false sense of security that the Extra Weight and Wheel gives todays Quad Riders... Anyone can Ride a Quad..

Bottom Line....

QUADS ARE FOR PU*****:laugh:

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